Southeast Michigan Weather History

This Day in Southeast Michigan Weather History ...

On May 3, 2012, a severe thunderstorm outbreak resulted in numerous reports of wind damage, including a small plane being flipped over at Bishop International Airport in Flint. Heavy rain and thunderstorms lasted well into the evening hours and dropped 2.39" of rain on the city, making in the highest daily rainfall total that Flint had ever recorded in the month of May...until the next morning when continuing heavy rains dumped another 3.23".

On May 3, 1951, Livingston County was hit by an F2 tornado at 2:35PM.

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